The Industrial Supply Association has appointed Kenneth Hutton to serve as interim executive vice president while the association initiates a search to replace long-time ISA executive John Buckley. Buckley passed away in February.
Hutton assumed the interim role effective March 3, 2014. Previously, Hutton had served as managing director of ISA.
“We have a great history with Ken and we’re very excited that he is available to help us through our transition to a new executive,” said Michael Carr, ISA president.
In the interim capacity, Hutton will lead, direct, manage or support all functions of the association. He will serve as primary executive support and liaison to ISA Officers, and Board of Directors; represent ISA in external relations, including key industry coalitions and media; and assist in the search for ISA’s new executive vice president, among other duties.